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    • Concerns About Crime on CPS Safe Routes Walking Routes (Sun-Times, DNA)
    • The CTA Has Installed at Least One Train Tracker Display in Every Station (RedEye, Tattler)
    • Remaining Metra Board Members Meet Today to Discuss Naming Interim Director (Sun-Times)
    • 87-Year-Old Driver Dies After Traffic Crash in Skokie (Tribune)
    • Man Dies in Motorcycle Crash on Edens Near Gompers Park (Sun-Times)
    • New Illinois Law Raises the Minimum Motor Vehicle Liability Insurance (Keating)
    • Swartz Test Drives the Ventra Card (RedEye)
    • Book 'Em! Thief Ganks BiblioTreka Bicycle-Powered Library (Tribune, DNA)
    • Divvy Is Bustin' Out All Over (BWLP)
    • Divvy Partners With Project Fixup to Offer Blind Dates on Wheels (Chicago Grid)
    • Thinking Inside the Box: Try a Crate for a Bike Basket (LGRAB)

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